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Everyone seems to have a little different opinion on what a classic is -- here are some I consider classic but not too popular.
Baby names don't get any more stylish than Cecilia! I figure if Vera Wang chose it for her daughter, it must be lovely.
I prefer the traditional spelling of Cecilia. The Catholic Sant Cecilia is...
I love Rose. It's so uncommon as a first name. It's both strong and romantic, vintage and modern. You can't go wrong with Rose!
I adore Scarlett Johansson's baby girl's name: Rose Dorothy! It's so...
May 3rd, 2015, 07:05 AM
My cousin named her baby daughter Theodosia. Everyone calls her Teddy. She is absolutely beautiful in every way!
I would probably never be that adventurous. I'm so happy my cousin went with a...
I will have to echo some of the comments from above: Try not to pair word first names with word middle names.
I voted for Azure Maria (gorgeous name!) and India Miriam.
If your little girls...
April 9th, 2015, 08:46 AM
I absolutely L-O-V-E Flora! Honestly, I don't mention this name around friends/family much because I am afraid someone might "steal" it. I also worry its popularity will eventually take off. Flora...
April 2nd, 2015, 01:22 AM
Thanks so much for your suggestions! Please do keep them coming.
The middle name doesn't have to be Biblical. Just beautiful.
April 1st, 2015, 11:56 PM
My husband and I are reconsidering Juliet after being all over the place with girls' names. We love its history and beauty.
However, we are struggling with a middle name. Our last name is a...
What fun! I can't imagine being a parent of sextuplets ... Oh my. But NAMING them would be a blast!
I would go "saintly," because those little girls would be miracles!
Their first names all...
March 13th, 2015, 05:07 AM
Do authors of books count?
I would absolutely love to name a future son Ezra Jack, as in Ezra Jack Keats, although I don't know if I can convince my husband to go for it.
I would probably love...
Good luck! I just LOVE Maeve!
I have a good friend who wanted to use it for her daughter, but her husband said "no." The baby ended up being named Maisie. It seems like guys tend to like the...
Lola Violet is absolutely perfect. I especially love the "o" in both names. They match so well.
Be sure to post in Nameberry's Birth Announcements forum after you and...
I have the exact same "feminine but not too frilly" preference with girls' names!
Here are some favorites -- one or two for every letter in the alphabet. I avoided any with the "ee" sound on the...
How about Crew?
I also love an earlier Berry's suggestion of Heath. I've always adored the name Heath! I have a cousin named Heath, and he is an Army Ranger and all-around great guy.
Have you considered Victor? It is similar to Valor, although I am not sure it makes mountains immediately come to mind.
How about ...
*Blaise (Remember Pascal's...
Hello and early congratulations!
The first name that came to mind when I saw your post was Summit! A relative of mine recently named her first baby boy Summit, and it fits him perfectly. It's also...
Hello and early congratulations!
I agree with the other posters -- Connor works perfectly with your sibling set. My only concern would be its popularity. Does that bother you at all?
Absolutely, go for it!
Millie stands easily on its own and has so much vintage charm!
I live in the U.S., where this name is virtually unheard of for anyone younger than 85. Both my...
January 30th, 2015, 01:31 AM
Konan, Kalista and ...
January 29th, 2015, 03:04 AM
Congratulations, mama! Twin boys -- how exciting!
I loved some of the names already suggested, particularly Benedict.
I will add some more. I apologize for any repeats. Also: Be sure to post...
January 29th, 2015, 01:07 AM
I recall fellow Berries mentioning the names of the Pottery Barn Kids catalog, and how the names that appear on those slick pages appear to be on-trend -- more often than not.
Do any of you...
I have ADORED the name Lottie since I was a child and stumbled across it in one of the later "Indian in the Cupboard" books. Lottie was an adorable, much-adored niece whose full name was Charlotte.
Until my parents saw me, my name was to be Carma Renee (followed by a three-syllable, difficult to pronounce Czech surname).
I became Nicole Raschel because they said I "just didn't look like a...
Sierra and Sage (identical girls)
Sharon and Karen (identical girls, now in their 50s)
Ella and Grace (identical girls)
Anna and Emma (fraternal girls)
Jason and Jared (fraternal boys)
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